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How did life change for Russians after the success of the Bolshevik revolution?
What impact did Russia's involvement in World War I have on the Russian government?
How did the reigns of Alexander III and Nicholas II help pave the way for revolution?
What was an immediate result of the Bolshevik Revolution?
How did the Russo-Japanese war show the czar's weakness?
What is a totalitarian state?
What is the policy of glorifying power and keeping an army prepared for war?
What region was referred to as the "powder keg" of Europe?
Who led Germany during the last decade of the 1800s and most of World War I?
What action on November 11, 1918, brought World War I to an end?
What were the Fourteen Points?
Who was forced to assume sole responsibility for the war under the Treaty of Versailles?
Which countries made up Europe's Great Powers?
Why did Bismark seek alliances that later became the Triple Alliance?
Why did Italy refuse to support its ally Germany?
What did the Central Powers gain over Russia at the battle near Tannenberg?
What was a goal of the Allies' Gallipoli campaign?
What did the policy of unrestricted submarine warfare refer to?
How did the Treaty of Versailles affect postwar Germany?
What impact did the war have on the economy of Europe?
What is the most probable link between militarism and imperialism?
What key factor led to the formation of the Triple Alliance and the Triple Entente?
What event in Sarajevo ignited the Great War?
What was trench warfare intended to accomplish?
What gamble did Germany make before the United States entered the war?
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